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rSAT Day 2
capricious
conformity
disingenuous
gullible
suddenly and unexpectedly changing your opinion or behavior w…
behavior that is acceptable because it is similar to the beha…
not really honest or sincere, and only pretending to be
easy to trick or deceive
capricious
suddenly and unexpectedly changing your opinion or behavior w…
conformity
behavior that is acceptable because it is similar to the beha…
SAT Vocabulary Day 2
handwriting
havoc
imbibe
juncture
(n) the character or style of a person's writing by hand
(n) chaos or large-scale destruction
(v) to drink a liquid; to absorb or take something in
(n) a joint or seam; where two parts meet.
handwriting
(n) the character or style of a person's writing by hand
havoc
(n) chaos or large-scale destruction
SAT Word of the Day
Abundant
Balmy
Daunt
Sever
Fully, sufficient, plentiful, in copious supply
Soothing, refreshing, mild
discourage by reason of difficulty, intimidate overwhelm, ins…
To cut off
Abundant
Fully, sufficient, plentiful, in copious supply
Balmy
Soothing, refreshing, mild
SAT Vocabulary Day 1
aspire
bilateral
candor
defraud
(v) to strive for a goal; to want or desire something excelle…
(adj) having two sides.
(n) honesty or straightforwardness, especially being honest a…
(v) to cheat; to gain something dishonestly, as through a lie…
aspire
(v) to strive for a goal; to want or desire something excelle…
bilateral
(adj) having two sides.
Sat Vocabulary Day 4
queue
ravenous
scuttle
thearchy
(n) a line; a group of people waiting in order
(adj) extremely hungry; filled with hunger that cannot be sat…
(v) to sink a ship by creating a hole or holes in the ship be…
(n) a government ruled by the leaders of a religion or by the…
queue
(n) a line; a group of people waiting in order
ravenous
(adj) extremely hungry; filled with hunger that cannot be sat…
SAT Vocabulary Day 3
malady
myriad
necessitate
nestle
(n) a disease, illness, or medical condition,especially a ser…
(n) many; a large number countless.
(v) to make something necessary.
(v)to lay or be enclosed comfortably; to snuggle
malady
(n) a disease, illness, or medical condition,especially a ser…
myriad
(n) many; a large number countless.
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SAT Question of the Day
The witness's testimony was truly ____…
The recent addition of members who car…
The politician's speeches were _____:…
The physicist did not support his theo…
Answer: c. disjointed
Answer: d. concerns...exhausted
Answer: b. vague...uncertain
Answer: c. substantiation...fallacy
The witness's testimony was truly ____…
Answer: c. disjointed
The recent addition of members who car…
Answer: d. concerns...exhausted
18 terms
October-SAT Word of the Day
dispel (verb)
druthers (noun)
incongruous (adj.)
exacerbate (verb)
to drive off; to eliminate
one's own way, choice, or preference
out of place or inappropriate
to increase in severity
dispel (verb)
to drive off; to eliminate
druthers (noun)
one's own way, choice, or preference
10 terms
SAT Day
Yes-man
Obedient or attentive
Openly opposes someone
Particular habit
Sycophant
Obsequious
Antagonist
Inveterate
Yes-man
Sycophant
Obedient or attentive
Obsequious
December SAT Word of the Day
Usurp
Vagrant
Flamboyant
Arbitrary
To take someone's place, usually by force
A person who wanders without a home.
Over the top, very showy, ornate
Random, for no reason
Usurp
To take someone's place, usually by force
Vagrant
A person who wanders without a home.
SAT5000 Day 04
pacify
packet
pact
pagan
평온한 상태로 만들다, 평정하다, 달래다, 진정시키다... v. To bring into a peaceful sta…
다발, 한 상자, 꾸러미... n. A bundle, as of letters.
계약, 약속, 협정, 조약... n. A covenant.
이교도, 다신교도... n. A worshiper of false gods.
pacify
평온한 상태로 만들다, 평정하다, 달래다, 진정시키다... v. To bring into a peaceful sta…
packet
다발, 한 상자, 꾸러미... n. A bundle, as of letters.
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ACT - SAT Words of the Day
copious
tenacious
surreptitious
voracious
(adj.) plentiful
(adj.) resolute; holding firm to a purpose
(adj.) stealthy, secret, intended to escape observation
(adj.) consuming great quantities
copious
(adj.) plentiful
tenacious
(adj.) resolute; holding firm to a purpose
SAT5000 Day 01
abbess
abbey
abbot
abdicate
대수녀원장/... n. The lady superior of a nunnery.
대수도[수녀]원/... n. The group of buildings which collectively form t…
대수도원장/... n. The superior of a community of monks.
<왕위,권한,의무,요구 등을〉 (정식으로)포기하다, 버리다/... v. To give up (royal power…
abbess
대수녀원장/... n. The lady superior of a nunnery.
abbey
대수도[수녀]원/... n. The group of buildings which collectively form t…
20 terms
SAT Vocab Day 4
ancillary
anecdote
anguish
animated
providing assistance
a short narrative
suffering
lively
ancillary
providing assistance
anecdote
a short narrative
10 terms
SAT Vocabulary day 13
aboveboard
alcove
aroma
boisterous
(adj) honest and unconcealed; forthright
(n) a recess or partially enclosed area connected to a larger…
(n) a typically pleasant scent or smell
(adj) active and happy; full of energy
aboveboard
(adj) honest and unconcealed; forthright
alcove
(n) a recess or partially enclosed area connected to a larger…
12 terms
SAT Vocabulary Day 7
metamorphosis
nocturnal
opulence
partition
(n) a change in form or shape, often from one stage of develo…
(adj) belonging... to, occurring in, or related to the nighttime
(n) riches or affluence, especially as shown by expensive or…
(n) something which separates two parts or areas
metamorphosis
(n) a change in form or shape, often from one stage of develo…
nocturnal
(adj) belonging... to, occurring in, or related to the nighttime
11 terms
Sat Vocabulary Day 11
ordeal
ostracize
peccadillo
placid
(n) an experience that is extremely difficult or trying
(v) to banish from or force out of a group or situation
(n) a minor sin or fault; a trifling wrongdoing
(adj) tranquil and calm; at rest
ordeal
(n) an experience that is extremely difficult or trying
ostracize
(v) to banish from or force out of a group or situation
27 terms
SAT Vocab Day 2
adjunct
admonish
adroit
adulation
an addition
to warn severely
skillful
excessive praise
adjunct
an addition
admonish
to warn severely
September SAT Word of the Day
Abate
Placid
Tangent
Blatant
To decrease; to become less in strength or violence.
Calm and peaceful with little movement or activity.
A completely different line of thought; to go off topic.
Very obvious or done openly.
Abate
To decrease; to become less in strength or violence.
Placid
Calm and peaceful with little movement or activity.
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SAT Vocab Day 1
abate
abatement
abdicate
aberrant
to make less
reduction
to give up a position
abnormal
abate
to make less
abatement
reduction
27 terms
SAT Vocab Day 3
allocate
allure
allusion
aloft
to distribute
to tempt; attractiveness
indirect reference
high up in the air
allocate
to distribute
allure
to tempt; attractiveness
SAT5000 Day 06
calumny
Calvary
Calvinism
Calvinize
명예훼손, 비방, 악담... n. Slander.
골고다(갈보리)... n. The place where Christ was crucified.
칼뱅주의... n. The system of doctrine taught by John Calvin.
칼뱅주의로 만들다... v. To teach or imbue with the doctrines of Calvinism.
calumny
명예훼손, 비방, 악담... n. Slander.
Calvary
골고다(갈보리)... n. The place where Christ was crucified.
SAT5000 Day 05
ubiquitous
ulterior
ultimate
ultimatum
도처에 존재하는... adj. Being present everywhere.
감추어진, 겉으로 드러나지 않은, 이면의... adj. Not so pertinent as something els…
궁극의, 최후의, 가장 먼, 극한의... adj. Beyond which there is nothing else.
최종 제한, 최후 통고, 궁극점... n. A final statement or proposal, as concer…
ubiquitous
도처에 존재하는... adj. Being present everywhere.
ulterior
감추어진, 겉으로 드러나지 않은, 이면의... adj. Not so pertinent as something els…
13 terms
SAT 2400 - Day 4
taciturn (adj)
prescient (adj)
clandestine (adj)
discrete (adj)
quiet
able to see into the future
secretive ~ furtive, covert, discreet, circumspect
separate
taciturn (adj)
quiet
prescient (adj)
able to see into the future
20 terms
SAT Words of the Day
condescending
contentious
obfuscate
plethora
showing or implying a usually patronizing descent from dignit…
causing, involving, or characterized by argument or controversy
to make obscure or unclear
overabundance, excess
condescending
showing or implying a usually patronizing descent from dignit…
contentious
causing, involving, or characterized by argument or controversy
17 terms
SAT 2400 -- Day 5
zeal (n)
expunge (v)
disavow (v)
nefarious (adj)
passion
to remove
to shun; deny responsibility
evil
zeal (n)
passion
expunge (v)
to remove
SAT Day 3
Comply(verb)
Competent(Adj)
Compel(verb)
Colloquial(Adj)
To act in accordance with wishes.... The small business owner re…
Having sufficient skill or knowledge.... Even though I was convi…
To bring about by force.... The severity of his flu symptoms____…
Informal, conversational, style.... I really enjoy my sessions w…
Comply(verb)
To act in accordance with wishes.... The small business owner re…
Competent(Adj)
Having sufficient skill or knowledge.... Even though I was convi…
SAT @ AGOS day1
bluntly
arcane
juxtapose
advent
無遠慮に, あけすけに; 〖文修飾〗ずばり言えば
understood by few; mysterious or secret
(比較対照のため)...を並べて[一緒に]置く, 並列[記]する
(重要な人物事の)到来, 出現
bluntly
無遠慮に, あけすけに; 〖文修飾〗ずばり言えば
arcane
understood by few; mysterious or secret
5 terms
SAT Day 3
Perceive
Phenomenon
Contempt
Resolve
To become aware of by means of the senses; to recognize or un…
A fact, occurrence, or circumstance observed or observable; s…
A feeling of disdain for anything considered mean or worthless
To come to a firm decision about, determine; to settle or sol…
Perceive
To become aware of by means of the senses; to recognize or un…
Phenomenon
A fact, occurrence, or circumstance observed or observable; s…
6 terms
SAT Day 1
depict
controversy
undermine
advocate
To represent by drawing, portray; to characterize in words, d…
a usually prolonged public dispute; an argument
to weaken, sabotage, subvert, debilitate, destabilize
to support or urge by argument, especially publicly
depict
To represent by drawing, portray; to characterize in words, d…
controversy
a usually prolonged public dispute; an argument
50 terms
SAT Vocab DAY3
Listless
Lull
Pacify
Placate
Languish, sluggish... (lacking energy and enthusiasm)
Short period of calm
Soothe, calm
Calm someone down
Listless
Languish, sluggish... (lacking energy and enthusiasm)
Lull
Short period of calm
50 terms
SAT Vocab DAY1
Abstruse
Apt
Cajole
Compendious
Difficult to understand
Appropriate, inclined... ((adj.) suitable, fitting, likely; quic…
Coax
Succinct... (concise)
Abstruse
Difficult to understand
Apt
Appropriate, inclined... ((adj.) suitable, fitting, likely; quic…
50 terms
SAT Vocab DAY4
Impasse
Indomitable
Intrepid
Onerous
Obstacle... (blocked path; dilemma with no solution)
Too strong to be defeated
Courageous
Difficult, trying, troublesome, burdensome
Impasse
Obstacle... (blocked path; dilemma with no solution)
Indomitable
Too strong to be defeated
50 terms
SAT Vocab DAY2
Despondent
Diffident
Discomfited
Disillusionment
Sad, depressed
Shy... (Lacking self-confidence)
Disapointed, defeated
Disenchantment, disappointment
Despondent
Sad, depressed
Diffident
Shy... (Lacking self-confidence)
5 terms
SAT Day 2
Cynic
Dispute
Provoke
Contradict
One who believes that only selfishness motivates human actions
To engage in argument or debate; to argue vehemently, quarrel
To anger or vex; to stir up or call forth (feelings, desires,…
To challenge, confront, counter, deny, or oppose
Cynic
One who believes that only selfishness motivates human actions
Dispute
To engage in argument or debate; to argue vehemently, quarrel
Official SAT Day 7
temperamental (adjective)
congenial (adjective)
reclusive (adjective)
penchant (noun)
moody, irritable, or sensitive
agreeable, pleasing in character
solitary; avoiding the company of others
a strong liking for something
temperamental (adjective)
moody, irritable, or sensitive
congenial (adjective)
agreeable, pleasing in character
10 terms
Sat vocab day 1
Idiosyncratic(adj)
erratic(adj)
disparaging(adj)
sneer(v)
unique
capricious
expressive of low opinion
smirk
Idiosyncratic(adj)
unique
erratic(adj)
capricious
34 terms
SAT Vocab Day 10
raze
jettison
abort
purge
to destroy completely
to throw overboard
to terminate prematurely
to cleanse of something unwanted
raze
to destroy completely
jettison
to throw overboard
32 terms
SAT Vocab Day 9
atrophy
obsequious
attrition
enervate
to weaken from disuse
overly submissive
a wearing away of strength or morale
to weaken someone's vitality
atrophy
to weaken from disuse
obsequious
overly submissive
30 terms
SAT Vocab Day 7
equanimity
magnanimous
sanguine
phlegmatic
the quality of being even-tempered
noble of heart; generous; forgiving
cheerfully optimistic
sluggish
equanimity
the quality of being even-tempered
magnanimous
noble of heart; generous; forgiving
30 terms
SAT Vocab Day 5
canvass
gaudy
tacky
tenet
to look at or consider something carefully
too bright or heavily decorated
not tasteful or stylish
a belief or idea that is very important to a group
canvass
to look at or consider something carefully
gaudy
too bright or heavily decorated
36 terms
SAT Vocab Day 8
admonish
impugn
malediction
denigrate
to reprimand mildly
to attack as untrue; to refute by argument
a curse
to attack the character of; to disparage
admonish
to reprimand mildly
impugn
to attack as untrue; to refute by argument
30 terms
SAT Vocab Day 6
acumen
allegation
circumlocution
colloquial
keenness of judgment
a formal accusation
evasive speech; talking around the subject
conversational; using everyday language
acumen
keenness of judgment
allegation
a formal accusation
Official SAT Day 4
erratic (adjective)
idiosyncratic (adjective)
devoid (adjective)
rhetoric (noun)
unpredictable, wandering, not fixed
peculiar to an individual
entirely lacking
the art of effective speaking or writing
erratic (adjective)
unpredictable, wandering, not fixed
idiosyncratic (adjective)
peculiar to an individual
Official SAT Day 2
venerable (adjective)
mitigated (verb)
capricious (adjective)
bombastic (adjective)
old and respected
make something less intense or painful
changing often and quickly in mood or behavior
high-sounding but with little meaning, pretentious
venerable (adjective)
old and respected
mitigated (verb)
make something less intense or painful
29 terms
SAT Vocab Day 4
rambunctious
hamper
quip
potpourri
uncontrolled in a way full of energy
to slow the movement, progress, or action of
a clever remark
a collection of different things
rambunctious
uncontrolled in a way full of energy
hamper
to slow the movement, progress, or action of
10 terms
rSAT Day 3
amiable (adj)
baffle (vb)
defer (vb)
discern (vb)
friendly and pleasant
to confuse or confound someone, often in an absurd way
to arrange for something to happen at a later time than you h…
(1) to notice something, especially after thinking about it c…
amiable (adj)
friendly and pleasant
baffle (vb)
to confuse or confound someone, often in an absurd way
30 terms
SAT Vocab Day 2
irreverent
benign
elate
inexplicable
having or showing a lack of respect
not causing death or serious injury
to make someone very happy and excited
not able to be explained or understood
irreverent
having or showing a lack of respect
benign
not causing death or serious injury
Official SAT Day 5
inane (adjective)
scrutinize (verb)
anachronistic (adjective)
adroit (adjective)
lacking sense or meaning, silly
to examine carefully
not belonging to the time it exists
clever or skillful
inane (adjective)
lacking sense or meaning, silly
scrutinize (verb)
to examine carefully
Official SAT Day 8
preclude (verb)
ascertain (verb)
callous (adjective)
embellished (verb)
prevent from happening; make impossible
to determine for certain
showing or having cruel disregard for others
to add details often fictitious
preclude (verb)
prevent from happening; make impossible
ascertain (verb)
to determine for certain
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